I truly believe that learning is a life-long pursuit! As a current doctoral student at Endicott College in "Applied Behavior Analysis", I've taken a special interest in maximizing learning for students through individualized approaches. Though much of my experience has been with young learners with disabilities, I have worked with learners from various backgrounds and age groups, including adults. My interests are varied, but I'm most passionate about literacy development. I believe that reading skills allow learners to interact with the world in new and meaningful ways. As a doctoral student, I'm currently involved in a tele-educational research project that explores flexible teaching practices. Moreover, as a homeschool dad, I've spent a significant amount of time and energy on early reading skills with my young children. Above all, my guiding philosophy is "If a student doesn't learn the way you teach, you teach the way they learn".
Undergraduate Degree: University of Rochester - Bachelor in Arts, Religious Studies
Graduate Degree: Endicott College - Doctor of Philosophy, Applied Behavior Analysis
SAT Math: 700
During my free time, I love to play basketball, spend time with my family in the outdoors, or make digital landscape drawings. I do believe a healthy work/life balance is an important part of teaching.